He received a bachelor’s degree in Electronic Engineering in November 2015 and he’s today a grad student in master degree in Telecommunications Engineering.
His research field concerns the application of IoT to Smart Mobility, in particular, he focuses on use of short-range communication technologies and software technologies as a tool to facilitate the use of public transport and to encourage citizens to choose sustainable travel modes.
For my list of publications, please visit my Google scholar profile.
Research Grants and Contracts
- post-lauream scholarship in the project SIMPLE of the University of Cagliari